Displays and monitors have been going through a real revolution over the last decades, and finally evolve into the advanced forms we associate today. They are nowadays one of the most popular solutions in the field of output devices presenting information in the form of characters (numbers, letters, special characters). When it comes to displays produced in LCD, TFT and IPS technology, they are also used to input data. We are pleased to announce that in our Botland shop we make every effort to include devices from the best manufacturers at the best prices. You can find LCD, TFT, IPS, OLED, e-paper and segmented displays and RGB LED matrixes. Most products have a built-in driver that allows you to easily connect the display to a micro controller. Check our offer, where we have prepared a wide selection of models with detailed specifications. We are sure that you will find what you are looking for!
LCD monitors (LCD) - this is a very good offer for people involved in electronics and programming, as in the frame hobbystycznym as a professional. Built-in serial interface and a dedicated control unit provides easy connection of the LCD to the controller. LCD displays are...
Electronic paper (e-paper display) is a type of screen that mimics the appearance of ordinary ink on paper. Unlike conventional flat panel displays which emit light, electronic displays like e-ink reflects light like paper. This makes it easier to read - provide a wider...
LCD displays - TFT and IPS - If you have ever used a smartphone, tablet or PC with the touch matrix, it is likely to have dealt with LCD display-type TFT, the structure of which is based on thin-film transistors. Such a display can simultaneously perform the function of input...
OLED displays Since the introduction of mass production, OLED displays have gained immense popularity in many applications, displacing the traditional LED displays and monitors with cathode-ray tube CRT. The design of OLED displays based on semiconductor technology enables...
Segment displays are very commonly used elements, whose task is to display information consisting of letters, digits, or special characters . With the help of binary signals generated by the control system segment display, you can enter the information you want to view and...
3D glasses is a key part of virtual reality systems. They provide for Your eyes data that allow you to achieve the illusion of depth and three-dimensionality. VR glasses create two separate images for the right eye and left eye. These images are slightly different from each...
Display touch 2.8 " TFT screen for the Raspberry Pi with a resolution of 320 x 240 16-bit color depth. Communicates via the USB interface. Also raspberry also collaborates, in particular, Cubieboard,pcDuino, WR700.
Touch screen, capacitive 2.8" TFT screen for the Raspberry Pi with a resolution of 320 x 240 with 16-bit color depth. Communication through SPI and I2C. It has a Jack for direct connection to the GPIO of the Raspberry Pi model B, also works with 3, 2, B+.
Graphic LCD TFT display with a diagonal of 1.8" and a resolution of 128 x 160 px with 18-bit color depth. The screen has connectors fit to Arduino, communicates via SPI. In addition, the board consists of: a joystick and a micro SD memory card reader.
TFT display for Raspberry Pi with 2.2" diagonal and a resolution of 320 x 240 with 16-bit color depth. Communication via SPI. It has a connector for direct connection to the GPIO of the Raspberry Pi model B, also works with 3, 2, A+, B+.
TFT display with resistive touch panel suitable for GPIO connectors Raspberry Pi. It has a diagonal of 3,5" with resolution 480 x 320 pixels and 16-bit color depth. Communicates via the SPI interface. It has a Jack for direct connection to the GPIO of the Raspberry Pi model B, also works with A+, B+, 2 and 3.
Resistive touchscreen display 2.8 " TFT screen for Raspberry Pi with a resolution of 320 x 240 16-bit color depth. Communication via SPI, has a connector for direct connection to GPIO. Designed for Raspberry Pi 3, 2, B+ and A+.
Touchscreen 2.8" TFT display for the Raspberry Pi with a resolution of 320 x 240 16-bit color depth. Communication via SPI, has a connector for direct connection to GPIO. Designed for Raspberry Pi 2 B+ and A+.
TFT display for Raspberry Pi with a diagonal of 2.4" and a resolution of 320 x 240 16-bit color depth. Communication via SPI. It has a Jack for direct connection to the GPIO of the Raspberry P A+, B+ and 2.
Shield for Raspberry Pi with display 2.15 " with a resolution of 128 x 64 px. It is based on the system SN3218. It has 6 zonal RGB backlight and 6 touch buttons. It communicates using the I2C interface. The module is connected directly to the GPIO of the Raspberry.
The display of type of e-paper with a diagonal of 2.13 " and a resolution of 250 x 122 px. It is designed to use with shield for Raspberry Pi. It communicates via the SPI interface and supports partial updates.
The extending module in the form of shield for GPIO connectors of the minicomputer Raspberry Pi A+, B+ or 2B. It has, i.a. the OLED screen of 0.96 ", buzzer, joystick, converter of USB-UART, RTC clock, analog-digital converter (4-channel, 8-bit) and many others. The kit also includes a thermometer DS18B20.
Waveshare resistive 5" touch screen for Raspberry Pi with a resolution of 800 x 480 px. It works with Raspberry Pi in versions 3B, 2B and B+ via the HDMI connector and the GPIO pins. The kit also includes black-and-white case for the minicomputer with a mounted screen.
Shield allowing to obtain an image from a Raspberry Pi through GPIO connector, without the use of HDMI. It works with Raspberry Pi, version A+, B+, 2B and 3B. The module has support for resistance touch displays.
TFT display with resistive touch screen suited for the Raspberry Pi GPIO connectors . It has a diagonal 3,5", resolution 480 x 320 pixels and 16-bit color depth. Communicates via the SPI interface. Works with Raspberry Pi 3, 2, B+ and A+.
Kit for self-assembly enabling a simple connection of a display 2x16 RGB to a minicomputer Raspberry Pi. It communicates through the I2C bus and uses only two pins of the GPIO of the Raspberry Pi. Kit includes also buttons and a potentiometer.
Display touch 2.8 " TFT screen for the Raspberry Pi with a resolution of 320 x 240 16-bit color depth. Communication via SPI. It has a connector for direct connection to the GPIO of the Raspberry Pi model B, also works with A+, B+ and 2.
LCD 2x16 character display, based on HD44780 driver with lights in any color from the RGB palette. The characters are in black, so called positive. The set also includes the goldpin connectors and potentiometer for separate soldering.
LCD 2x16 character display, based on HD44780 driver with lights in any color from the RGB palette. The characters are in white, so called negative. The set also includes the goldpin connectors and potentiometer for separate soldering.
7-segment displays are a very common type of display that appear e.g. on calculators and watches with a digital display: characters. These are usually numbers, although some letters are used for the hexadecimal display. The characters are written by switching segments, numbering seven, on or off. When all 7 segments are switched on, the number 8 appears. An additional element of such a display may be a dot in the lower right-hand corner of the display, which makes it easier to recognize the digits 6 and 9. Display segments are LEDs that connect to the cathode or anode system. The control of displays working in a common cathode system is enabled by the 4511 system in CMOS technology. On the other hand, the 7447 system produced in TTL technology can control displays connected in a common anode. The segmented displays are timeless in their simplicity. They are perfect for small numerical display devices such as thermometer, alarm clock or watch. In our Botland shop we have prepared many types of segment displays, which can be easily adapted to the design of devices.
As we have explained with the 7-segment display, LEDs (Lighting Emitting Diodes) are a convenient way to display simple information. The LED matrix is a particular arrangement of a set of LEDs to form a table where each LED can be illuminated independently. The LEDs are arranged in rows and columns. As with the 7-segment display, there are two types of matrix: common anode array and common cathode matrix. The LED screen is an improved LCD technology, which differs in the type of backlighting. As it has been said, t is illuminated by LEDs, so called edge light or direct method (backlit, backlight), with white light and tricolour light. In the case of the edge method, the LEDs are positioned on the edge of the matrix and directed to the entire screen surface. A more expensive type of matrix is in the case of the direct method, where the diodes are also placed on the entire backlight surface of the matrix. This gives a much better contrast and a deeper colour of black. Check which LED matrices we offer in the Botland shop.
The LCD matrix is a liquid crystal screen and consists of two layers of liquid crystals, which are located between the surface of the screen. The liquid crystal works by arranging light rays or blocking it. The LCD screen is made up of pixels, which consists of 3 sub-pixels in three colours: blue, red and green. The LCD monitor uses CCFL (Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp), a cold cathode lamp that has very bright white light and low power consumption. These lamps are usually placed on the sides of the monitor, but in the case of larger panels they can also be placed in the middle of the screen. For all beginners in learning embedded systems, we recommend 2x16 character LCD displays, which are equipped with an HD44780 chip. It also has a computable introduction with Arduino platform. You can find for it for free in the network LiquidCrystal library, which is dedicated to LCD displays. Check our offer to find a display that meets your expectations!